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corōna ae, f

, κορώνη, a garland, chaplet, wreath: coronam habere in capite: virtute parta: laurea, L.: Necte Lamiae coronam, H.—Worn in offering sacrifice: Insignis gemmis, V.: tenuis, Iu. —A crown, diadem: duplex gemmis, V.: species coronae, O.: aureae, Ta.—A chaplet (as a badge of captivity): sub coronā vendere, to sell as slaves, Cs.: sub coronā vēnire, L.—The Northern Crown (a constellation): Gnosia stella Coronae, V., O.— A circle, assembly, crowd, multitude, audience, spectators, ring: vox in coronam effunditur: armatorum: clamor coronae, H.—A surrounding army, besiegers, line of siege: militum, Cs.: coronā vallum defendit, a circle of defence, L.: spissa viris, V.—An eage: angusta muri, Cu.

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